FINNISH GRAVITY RESEARCH
By Martin Gottschall, Nexus Magazine
Martin Gottschall, "Finnish Scientists Discover Artificial Gravity," Nexus, vol 4, no 3, April/May 1997, pp 37-40.
This is a thorough account of the articles in both the Skywatch (8 Sept. 1996) and the (London) Sunday Telegraph (1 Sept. 1996) articles, which were nearly identical. The description of the discovery is reproduced in Nexus, from those articles. It goes on to discuss the current research in superconductors, likely experimental processes in, and replication of, gravity experiments along with anomalous observations. It is projected that the Finnish experiments produced a non-conservative field effect, from the Sunday Telegraph's description of the scientist's observations. The possible application of this technology to power generation is also discussed.
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May 11, 1997.